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Q: What are two prime numbers that you can multiply to get 40?

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How about 40 and 1.

The two numbers can be 5 times 8 = 40

40 = 2 x 2 x 2 x 5

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The two prime factors of 40 are: 2 and 5

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They are 40 and 40

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42, 48 are the two numbers bigger than 40 that have 2 and 3 as their only prime factors.

You cannot. 40 has more than 3 prime factors.You cannot. 40 has more than 3 prime factors.You cannot. 40 has more than 3 prime factors.You cannot. 40 has more than 3 prime factors.

41,43, and 47 are all prime numbers. so there are three prime numbers between 40 and 50

Two prime numbers can have only one sum, not three different sums!

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two numbers (31,37)

There are two prime numbers between 30 and 40 - these are 31 and 37.

There are no two real numbers that do. Using complex numbers, these two do: (-3/2 + i√151/2) & (-3/2 - i√151/2) Two numbers that add to -3 and multiply to -40 are -8 & 5 Two numbers that add to 3 and multiply to -40 are 8 & -5 Two complex numbers that add to 3 and multiply to 40 are (3/2 + i√151/2) & (3/2 - i√151/2)

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37 + 3

2 x 2 x 2 x 5

5x5=25 6x6=36 the only two prime numbers b/t 20 and 40 are 25 and 36

43 and 17.

41,43,47 are the prime numbers between 40 and 50

The prime numbers (factors) of 40 are: 2 and 5